When Dr. Mohd Morsi became the elected President of Egypt, he declared that he will govern by 'Dastoor', that is to say, by rule and pragmatism, that is tradition.
When he recently announced that he would rule by decree, that seems to have caused a lot of misunderstanding.
Dr. Morsi in his wisdom may have just meant that he will be able to make decisions for the Egyptian people in the traditional way but without consuming time in lengthy consultations, as he tries to restore peace and a stable government to his country. The good Doctor has been instrumental in arranging peace between Gaza and Israel, and hopefully that has been found worthy of approval by his Muslim Brotherhood supporters, as peace in the region will eventually restore peaceful development and prosperity to the region, in which Egypt both under Gen Nasser and Anwar Sadat has always taken a pan-Arabist leading role, much to their credit.
After the recent reactions, the wise course of action would be for Dr. Morsi to rescind the powers of decree, and once again keep within the remits of the established powers of his office, so that there is no doubt in his nations mind. Supplementary to this, the legislators must show unity of support and purpose for Dr. Morsi, and help restore peace and calm.
In an atmosphere of peace, the Egyptian tourism can continue to draw visitors from all over the world, and help restore this great nation to its prosperous, happy state, and continue in its support of their Arab brethern and help propagate peace in the region. Dr. Morsi is the leader for that, and I pray that his people will help restore peaceful atmosphere at home and inspire the region. For that I pray.